Lifecycle Manager 365

Manage the lifecycle of complex equipment with ease!

Using complex equipment effectively means having full service work and procedures done in a timely manner all throughout its lifecycle. In order to manage this kind of work, we present our equipment lifecycle management system built on the Microsoft 365 platform.

Lifecycle Manager 365

Managing equipment lifecycle using the Microsoft 365 platform

The Lifecycle Manager 365 system was developed to ensure that work to integrate and service complex technical equipment is done in a timely matter. It specifically focuses on the kind of equipment where missing the deadlines for service and integration can lead to serious financial damages to both the supplier and the user.

The system lets you create and control a schedule of all the necessary work for purchasing, delivering, installing, start-adjusting, and servicing complex technical equipment for its entire lifecycle. It operates on three levels of hierarchy: the project level, which is the highest level of managing the execution of a contract; the account level, which manages the location; and the equipment level. You can create several locations within the scope of a single project, and each location can host several pieces of equipment.

Every new location automatically generates its own project work schedule from a template, including mandatory steps as defined by said project template. This means that when you create a new location for an already existing project, you guarantee the execution of all the necessary steps in the template, and avoid skipping steps due to human error.


  • Creating project templates for each equipment type with typical steps and technical operation cycles, their order, and the time necessary to complete them;
  • The ability to add unique operations to project templates;
  • Calculating the necessary resources, and controlling the availability of the necessary specialists;
  • Managing projects with a breakdown across locations and equipment. Displaying the overall state of project execution across all locations and all equipment: executed and planned steps of the integration/service lifecycle, with the appropriate dates for each location;
  • Controlling meeting deadlines for planned steps and sending reminders about the necessary work to be done;
  • Downloading the history of project execution in order to solve conflicts;
  • 3 levels of access to data: editing, reading, administration. Editing lets you add values to project fields, but doesn’t let you add new fields, or change the notification logic.